Published Monday, November 13th, 2017 at 14:53 pm
November Cardiac Study Day at Mater Private Cork
HEART failure, the assessment and management of chest pain and treatments for common arrhythmia were among the key topics for discussion at the winter Cardiac Study Day at Mater Private Hospital Cork (Saturday 4th November).
More than 40 professionals from nursing, pharmacy and medicine attended. Special thanks to Joan Fahy, Best Practice, and her colleagues for facilitating this very beneficial day.
Cardiovascular disease remains the number one cause of mortality in Cork and with the county’s aging population demographic, the incidence of the disease continues to grow.
The Heart and Vascular Centre at Mater Private Hospital, City Gate, Mahon, Cork is open 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday, providing a wide range of comprehensive Invasive and Non-invasive Cardiovascular Services.
Doctors Barry Hennigan, Ronan Margey and Mahesh Pauriah, Consultant Cardiologists based at Mater Private Cork, each presented some key developments in the treatment of heart-related illnesses over the course of the day-long study event.
Anne-Marie Galligan, Chief II Cardiac Scientist presented an overview of developments relating to the Implantable Cardiac Defibrillator (ICD), while Padraig Denn CNM II Cardiology, Nurse Specialist in Cardiology, provided an insight into alternative causes of chest pain.
Ellmary Quinlan, Resuscitation Training Officer and Anne-Marie Healy, CNM Haemovigilance, facilitated the workshops on ECG and Rhythm Recognition. John Mulhern, Chief Operating Officer at Mater Private Cork outlined the diagnostic benefits of arterial blood gas analysis.
The team of Consultant Cardiologists at Mater Private Cork offer a high degree of sub-specialisation expertise to treat the widest range of heart problems. This ensures patients receive the most up-to-date and widest range of diagnostic and therapeutic options, individually tailored to their specific needs.
For Urgent Cardiac Care and treatment of Heart Disease, Palpitations or Breathlessness, call 021 601 3200 and select Option 2.